Being a yoga instructor is about more than making money. Read here for 8 benefits of teaching yoga to others that you might not have considered!
In 2016, more than 36 million Americans practiced yoga, up from 20.4 million who practiced in 2012. Yoga is a popular lifestyle choice for many people, but it is also a bustling industry.
For some, yoga is even an opportunity for fulfilling and challenging employment.
Becoming a certified yoga instructor is an investment of time and money, but the rewards that you get back make it well worth it. As a yoga instructor, you have unique opportunities for personal and professional growth that not many careers can provide.
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Due to flexible working hours and valuable earning potential, yoga certifications have greatly increased. Click here for an in-depth examination of this trend.
More and more people are getting their yoga certifications.
According to Yoga Alliance Registry, for every couple of thousand people who enroll, only about two or so actually become teachers.
So why is it that so many people of all ages and backgrounds want to pursue a yoga certification?
Why is it that not everyone enrolled in teacher training is using it as a step forward in their prospective yoga careers?
Read on to find out these answers. Plus the hidden benefits and downfalls with a yoga certification.
But first, what is yoga? And how did it become so popular in the first place?
Yoga Defined and Demystified
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